NJ TRANSIT Announces Fare Cut ... And Service CutsThere's good news and bad news for rail commuters who use NJ TRANSIT.
Exclusive: Union Leader Talks On What's Behind All The NJ TRANSIT WoesThe head of the union says morale is down, spare parts are lacking and stress is everywhere to meet positive train control deadlines - and commuter frustration is growing.
PATH Commuters Vent As Delays Continue Due To Installation Of New Safety SystemSo far this week, big crowds, delayed trains and confusion for PATH train service. 
Riders Facing Service Changes As NJ TRANSIT Works To Speed Up Installation Of Safety SystemNJ TRANSIT is supposed to have a crash prevention system, called positive train control, installed on all of its trains by the end of the year.
NJ Transit Cutting Back Service To Upgrade Train Brakes By Federal DeadlineNew Jersey Transit says it will temporarily shut down and limit some train service as it works to install a federally mandated safety system by a Dec. 31 deadline.
MTA Racing To Install Positive Train Control Before DeadlineThe $1 billion crash prevention system called positive train control, or PTC, is supposed to be installed on commuter trains by the end of the year. 
Amtrak: NJ TRANSIT Could Be Banned Between Trenton And NYCAmtrak President and CEO Richard Anderson told a House subcommittee on Thursday Amtrak is worried passengers are being put at risk by delays in installing the technology that's designed to prevent crashes.
Officials: South Carolina Amtrak Crash Emphasizes Need For Positive Train Control NowA deadly Amtrak train crash in South Carolina this weekend has ignited renewed debate on GPS-based positive train control that experts say could have prevented it.
NJ TRANSIT Still Far From Compliance With Train Safety StandardsThe New York area has seen derailment after derailment, yet a potentially life saving device still hasn't been installed on the rails.
Schumer: MTA Must Work To Meet Deadline For Positive Train Control Safety MeasureSenate Minority Leader Charles Schumer called on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to “move heaven and earth” to install Positive Train Control on the Long Island Rail Road and the Metro-North Railroad.
Expert: Positive Train Control Not A 'Magic Bullet' That Could've Prevented LIRR CrashUp to 103 people were injured when the train jumped the end of the track.